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  1. Jane De Beaufort: Birth: Abt Jan 1392.


Sources
1. Title:   <i>The Descendants of John Gaunt</i>
2. Title:   Roberts, Gary Boyd, <i>The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States</i> (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1993)
Page:   p. 134, 165
AddressaddressLine1:   Gray Court, SC
Name:   Cheryl Varner Library
Givenname:   Cheryl Varner Library
RepositoryId:   R679
Addressname:   Cheryl Varner Library
Address:   Cheryl Varner Library Gray Court, SC
3. Title:   Weis, Frederick Lewis, Th.D., <i>The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, Fourth Edition</i> (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1991)
Page:   p. 30
AddressaddressLine1:   Gray Court, SC
Name:   Cheryl Varner Library
Givenname:   Cheryl Varner Library
RepositoryId:   R679
Addressname:   Cheryl Varner Library
Address:   Cheryl Varner Library Gray Court, SC
4. Title:   Automated Archives, Inc., Automated Archives, Automated Family Pedigrees #1, CD#100 (Genealogical Research System, 1994)
AddressaddressLine1:   Gray Court, SC
Name:   Cheryl Varner Library
Givenname:   Cheryl Varner Library
RepositoryId:   R679
Addressname:   Cheryl Varner Library
Address:   Cheryl Varner Library Gray Court, SC
5. Title:   Ross, Charles, <i>The Wars of the Roses</i> (Thames and Hudson, New York, 1996)
Page:   p. 27
AddressaddressLine1:   Gray Court, SC
Name:   Cheryl Varner Library
Givenname:   Cheryl Varner Library
RepositoryId:   R679
Addressname:   Cheryl Varner Library
Address:   Cheryl Varner Library Gray Court, SC
6. Title:   Family Tree Maker, <i>World Family Tree Volume 4, pre-1600 to present</i> (Broderbund Software, Inc., 1996)
Page:   Ped 1278
AddressaddressLine1:   Gray Court, SC
Name:   Cheryl Varner Library
Givenname:   Cheryl Varner Library
RepositoryId:   R679
Addressname:   Cheryl Varner Library
Address:   Cheryl Varner Library Gray Court, SC
7. Title:   Weis, Frederick Lewis, <i>Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, Seventh Edition</i> (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1995)
Page:   p. 196
AddressaddressLine1:   Gray Court, SC
Name:   Cheryl Varner Library
Givenname:   Cheryl Varner Library
RepositoryId:   R679
Addressname:   Cheryl Varner Library
Address:   Cheryl Varner Library Gray Court, SC
8. Title:   Roberts, <i>Ancestors of American Presidents</i>
9. Title:   Faris, David, <i>Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth Century Colonists</i> (Genealogical Publishers, Baltimore, MD, 1996)
Page:   15:11ii
10. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on 29 Dec 2003. Imported on 8 Aug 2004.
11. Title:   GEDCOM file. Created on Jan 12, 2008. Imported on 12 Jan 2008.
12. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathy, Rootsweb.com / weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 17 AUG 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
13. Title:   visitation of oxford , p 16 . quarterly shows Robert throckmorton married teh daughter of Maurice Lord Berkeley
Note:   harlien, visitation of oxford , p 16 . quarterly shows R
Author:   harlien
Note continued:   obert throckmorton married teh daughter of Maurice Lord Berkeley, ABBR visitation of oxford , p 16 . quarterly shows Robert throckmorton married teh daughter of Maurice Lord BerkeleyDATE 2000 .
14. Title:   visitation of oxford , p 16 . quarterly shows Robert throckmorton married teh daughter o f Maurice Lord Berkeley
Note:   harlien, visitation of oxford , p 16 . quarterly shows R
Author:   harlien
Note continued:   obert throckmorton married teh daughter o f Maurice Lord Berkeley, ABBR visitation of oxford , p 16 . quarterly shows Robert throckmorton married teh daughter o f Maurice Lord BerkeleyDATE 2000 .
15. Title:   v14t1829bryan.FTW

Notes
a. Note:   NI1990
Note:   [MyTree.GED] [horrocks.ged] Winchester Cathedral[MyTree.GED] . c. 1374 d. April 11, 1447, Winchester, Hampshire, Eng. cardinal and bishop of Winchester and a dominant figure in English politics throughout the first 43 years of the 15th century. From about 1435 until 1443 he controlled the government of the weak King Henry VI. Beaufort's father was John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, son of King Edward III, and his mother was Catherine Swynford. During the reign of his cousin King Richard II, he became chancellor of Oxford University (1397) and bishop of Lincoln (1398). With the accession of his half brother, Henry IV, in 1399, Beaufort was guaranteed a prominent place in politics. In 1403 he became chancellor of England and a royal councillor. In the following year he was appointed bishop of Winchester, one of the richest sees in the country. He then resigned his chancellorship and led the opposition within the council to Henry IV's chief minister, Thomas Arundel, archbishop of Canterbury. When Beaufort's nephew and political ally became king as Henry V in 1413, Beaufort again received the chancellorship. In order to climb still higher, the ambitious bishop sought a position with the papacy. Pope Martin V made him a cardinal and papal legate in 1417, but the king, fearing that Beaufort would be an all too effective spokesman for papal policies, soon forced him to resign these ecclesiastical offices. Upon the accession of the infant Henry VI in 1422, however, Beaufort's talents were allowed to flourish. Already wealthy, he enriched himself further by lending money to the insolvent crown at high interest rates. Beaufort's financing of the state solidifed his power; there was little his enemies could do against the man on whom the solvency of the government depended. Beaufort was made cardinal of St. Eusebius and papal legate in 1426, a move for which he was continually attacked by his uncle, Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, who criticized him for simultaneously holding high positions in church and state. But Beaufort survived Gloucester's sniping, and with the support of the young Henry VI, by the mid-1430s the government was firmly back in his hands. In 1435 and 1439 he attempted without success to negotiate an end to the Hundred Years' War (1337-1453) between England and France, and in 1443 he retired from politics. Beaufort was arrogant, self-serving, and greedy to the point of rapacity, but his political and financial acumen were unrivaled in the England of his time. His career is authoritatively recounted in L.B. Radford's Henry Beaufort (1908). Copyright � 1994-2001 Encyclop�dia Britannica, Inc. [v14t1829bryan.FTW] also: Bishop of Lincoln, Cardinal of St. Eusebius. Henry and Alice did not marry........she was married to John Cherlton, 4th Baron Cherlton of Powis. !Cardinal Beaufort; by illicit liaison with Alice FitzAlan, he is father of Jane Beaufort who m. Sir Edward Stradling. [The Royal Descents, p. 134, 165] !Bishop of Lincoln, Bishop of Winchester, Cardinal of St. Eusebius; son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Father of Alice Fitz Alan's dau. Jane Beaufort who he named in his will dated 20 Jan 1446/7. [Magna Charta Sureties, p. 30] Cardinal; son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, and Catherine Roet; paramourof Alice Fitz Alan. [GRS 3.03, Automated Archives, CD#100] 2nd son of John of Gaunt and Katherine Swynford; educated in law at Aachen in Germany, and then at Cambridge and Oxford, before entering the Church, within which he would rise to the rank of cardinal and become one of the most influential men in the kingdom. [Wars of the Roses, p. 27] Cardinal; union with Alice FitzAlan produced Jane Beaufort who m. Edward Stradling. [WFT Vol 4 Ped 1278] Bishop of Lincoln, Bishop of Winchester, Cardinal of St. Eusebius; b.c. 1375, son of John of Gaunt and Katharine Roet Swynford; in his youth had an affair with Lady Alice Fitz Alan which produced Joan/Jane Beaufort who m. Sir Edward Stradling. [Ancestral Roots, Line 234, p. 196] Ancestor of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. [Ed Mann <edlmann@mail2.lcia.com] c. 1377-1447. Son of John of Gaunt and his mistress Katherine Swynford; declared legitimate in 1397 after John had married Katherine. Henry Beaufort was a close supporter of the future Henry V during the reign of his father, Henry IV, and, as chancellor, was a leading official in his administration. Proud and ambitious, he was strongly secular in his interests as he saw them. In 1417 Beaufort attended the Council of Constance and swung English support behind the election of Pope Martin V. In 1422 he became one of the protectors of the young Henry VI and began a struggle for power with the king's uncle, Humphrey, 2nd duke of Gloucester. The first phase of this ended when he accepted a cardinal's hat in 1427 and went abroad to preach a crusade against the Hussites. Returning to the English court in 1430, he crowned Henry VI king of France in Paris in 1431. In 1432 Parliament supported Beaufort against Gloucester, who tried for a second time to remove him from his bishopric--on the grounds that a cardinal could not hold an English see. Later in the 1430s Beaufort acted as an emissary in negotiations with France but then gradually retired from public life. He died at Wolvesey Palace near Winchester in 1447 and was buried in Winchester Cathedral, whose reconstruction he had completed. [The Plantagenet Encyclopedia, p. 26] The two most powerful men in the country were the dead King's brother, Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, and Henry Beaufort, Cardinal Bishop of Winchester. Beaufort was a branch of that tree that had sprouted from John of Gaunt's third marriage--he was technically royal, but his lineage was tainted with the shadow of illegitimacy. The two men rarely agreed, and their constant bickering made government difficult. If the dowager Queen took a second husband, matters would become even more complicated--particularly if he should prove politically active. The wily bishop pressed the suit of his nephew, Edmund Beaufort, Count of Mortain, and, for a while, rumours spread that Catherine and Edmund might marry, but the match fell through. Humphrey gathered enough support to pass a bill through th eParliament of 1427-8, stating that any dowager queen wishing to remarry must have the consent of the king, and that could only be given when he reached his majority. As young Henry was only six at the time, Humphrey had effectively postponed the matter. ["Catherine de Valois, Mother of the Tudor Dynasty" by Alan Freer, BRITISH HERITAGE, March 2002, pp. 58-59] RESEARCH NOTES: Bishop of Winchester [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #4] Bishop of Lincoln, Bishop of Winchester, Cardinal of St. Eusebius [Ref: Weis AR7 #234] Jul 19 1398: Bishop of Lincoln [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p23] Mar 14 1405: Bishop of Winchester [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p23] Mar 25 1426: Cardinal [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p23] will dated Jan 20 1446/7, mentions bastard daughter Jane and her husband, Sir Edward Stradling [Ref: Weis AR7 #234]
b. Note:   BI1990
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #4] (1375) [Ref: ES III.1 #157] abt 1375 [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p23, Weis AR7 #234], place: [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p23], parents: [Ref: CMH p892, Louda RoyalFamEurope #4, Paget HRHCharles p23, Watney WALLOP #75, Weis AR7 #234]
c. Note:   DI1990
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: ES III.1 #157, Paget HRHCharles p23, Watney WALLOP #75, Weis AR7 #234] 1447 [Ref: CMH p892, Louda RoyalFamEurope #4], place: [Ref: Weis AR7 #234]
d. Note:   XI1990
Note:   Sources for this Information: place: [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p23, Weis AR7 #234]


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